Prem’s Electrical new title sponsor for Group Two


For 2023, the Guyana Motor Racing & Sports Club (GMR&SC) Group Two class will be branded by Prem’s Electrical.

According to a release, the company, located at 177 Alexander Street Georgetown, will be the title sponsor of the group two class, now rebranded the Prem’s Electrical Group Two Challenge.

As an ISO 9001-certified company, Prem’s Electrical Store distributes high-standard electrical supplies that guarantee value and quality service to customers and consumers with state-of-the-art technology that can enhance any electrical needs with an extensive on-hand inventory.

A leading business that you can depend on, Prem’s Electrical Store has a wide variety that can accommodate wholesale, large projects, and commercial and residential demands.

“Prem’s electrical is obviously very pleased to be associated with the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s group two class in a very major way. My company and I have been a long-time supporter of motorsports in Guyana and this is just another testament to that support,” Managing Director Nirmal Sukhram commented.

He said, “We chose the group two class because we have seen the action that goes on in that class year after year and we feel it’s a group that aligns with our goals of hard work bringing success; it’s actually a principle that we founded our business with many years ago.”

“When we saw this opportunity, we jumped at it because it deemed excellent exposure for our company while supporting a sport we enjoy. GMR & SE has been growing every year and it’s been great supporting them every time.”

Under the Prem’s Electrical Group Two Challenge deal, which is valued at GYD $2M, registered and qualified competitors will earn cash for points scored throughout the 2023 season

There is also the added benefit of cash prizes for the top three overall finishers at the end of the year, adding spice to an already interesting class

With some of the big names in racing including Rameez Mohamed, Chet Singh, Paul Vieira and Shan Seejatan, the battle for Prem’s Electrical trophy at the end of the year will come down to the season finale in November.

The first meet of the circuit racing calendar is set for March 19, 2023.

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